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People in poverty can make a change for our country! Don't underestimate them!!! The link down below shows a homeless man risking his life for a stranger. This has sent a message to our country to make a change and sometimes put others before ourselves. So there you go Deniz, a man in poverty made a difference.
I don't mind the fact that people are helping those in need so that the classes are more even, but there are also people that have dug this hole for themselves. As much as I hate to see people suffer they need to learn a lesson. From the website below drug abuse, violence, and oppression are among the most common cases where people mess up their life and are now considered in the lower class.
For those people saying a class system shouldn't exist, imagine life without one. For example if you have ever read the Giver. Everyone is equal but it the end it doesn't work.
A woman wrote this article about what would happen if everyone had the same amount of money.
"If everyone was given the same amount of money, it would not solve the problem of how people manage it. The parable of the talents in Bible is a passage to reference (Mat 25:14-30), in that it shows there are those who manage money well, even make it grow and others who don't. There are investors and there are squanders. Those who squander will beg, borrow and steal to have an 'equal' or 'better' lifestyle than those who manage money well, living a conservative and consistent lifestyle. There are people who work to earn money and pay their bills and taxes. There are people who don't work and live off the taxes of those who do, etc. So, if everyone started out with the same amount of wealth, they would not end up where they started ~ some would have more, some the same and some far less or without. "
Yes, I believe the US has a class system that has 4 parts. The upper class for example Beyoncé, the upper middle class, the lower middle class, and the lower class like homeless people or those in poverty. I don't have an opinion whether there should be one or not, but i do believe if you work hard then you deserve more.
In some areas yes men and women are equal but there are many circumstances where women fall below men. For example sports, from lacrosse to baseball/softball sports are made “safer and easier” for women. We are all human, no matter if a man or a woman gets hit with a ball it is going to have the same damage. My other topic is “ladylike behavior”. People have higher standards for women like personal hygiene. In ends men and women should just be treated equal, we are all human.